- Mucky Nutz or Neoguard?
Mucky nuts – tried the neoguard and never liked it have mucky nuts on all my bikes now, just stay there whatever the weather.
Ran one happily with a 2.5 maxxis front all week in the wet clag with no rubbing problems either, although that’s probably more to do with the forks as it hugs the inner arch.Posted 4 years agosuperfliMember
I run Bender Fender XL and a normal one on my 2 bikes. Both are alright, but not great. I have a Neoguard too, but ditched it ’cause it wasnt great either.Posted 4 years ago
Yesterday in the extreme wet, I was out with a mate who has one of those expensive Dfenders. I was faffing with glasses that kept misting up and he lent me his bike for a while. Fk me, it might not be worth £50 (to me), but christ its like night and day with my Bender Fender XL!
I cant fit the Dfender to my forks (Marz 44RC3), and am a cheapskate anyway, so bought a Gut Fender to go with my Bender Fender. It was £4.50. Might not be as good, but its cheap 🙂NorthwindSubscriber
matlockmeat – Member
Do guards like the neoguard actually work.
Surely the mud would have already come off the tyre and hit you on the face and covered the downtube well before it goes flying between the forks?
Nah, the mud that gets you in the face is mostly flung forwards, then you ride into it. Same reason crudcatchers by themselves do very little.Posted 4 years ago
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